the southern coast, southeastern coast of florida i should say. here is a view category 4 hurricane, winds 130 miles per hour, very dangerous storm. this is how it looks on radar damage. you can see bands of heavy rain and thunderstorms whipping around. some bands could generate tornadoes. this is the expected path of the storm track along the florida coast tonight and throughout the day torrow. weakening to category 3, a danger russ storm by oh, afternoon tomorrow, as it reaches jacksonville, and a category 2 on saturday and now to a one by saturday evening as it reaches charleston, south carolina, then going to make a charl turn and weaken into a tropical storm and making a loop as a tropical storm.